Velvety vocals alongside soothing jazz classics, experience a dazzling performance by the Thomas Quasthoff Quartet
From live music to theatrical events, the 47th Hong Kong Art Festival has showered us with a variety of world-renowned performances such as HOME by Geoff Sobelle and Asia Pacific Dance Platform. If you’re looking to enjoy a laid-back evening – filled with jazz music soothing to the senses – the awe-inspiring Thomas Quasthoff will be making his Hong Kong debut on 14 March at Hong Kong Culture Centre with his much celebrated jazz trio as the Thomas Quasthoff Quartet. And we can’t wait!
Thomas Quasthoff Quartet at the 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival
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Posted by Honeycombers Hong Kong on Tuesday, 12 March 2019
If you’re a fan of classical and jazz music, you’ve probably heard of the legendary bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff. A three-time Grammy and six-time ECHO award winner, Quasthoff left the music world distraught when he retired from classical concert halls in 2012.
Now marking his long-anticipated comeback with his latest jazz album Nice ’N’ Easy – which is groovy and mesmerising – Quasthoff will be performing at the 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival accompanied by a talented jazz trio: Frank Chastenier on piano, Dieter Ilg on double bass, Wolfgang Haffner on percussion.
“Tasteful, well-wrought interpretations of outstanding songs,” is how BBC Music Magazine describes this vocal artist. Tearing off the mantle of classical singer, Quasthoff is excited to present a number of heartwarming classics including Cry Me A River, Stardust, Summertime and Imagine as the Thomas Quasthoff Quartet for his Hong Kong debut.
Said to be the man with the most beautiful voice in the world, Quasthoff breathes life into every lyric and engages the audience with his soothing tunes – this is a distinct, velvety voice that will absolutely make you swoon. Don’t miss out on the chance to spend an evening with the world-class jazz act that transcends all boundaries.
This post is sponsored by Hong Kong Arts Festival